Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 19:48:34 +1200
Reply-To: Robin Templer <robin.templer@XTRA.CO.NZ>
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From: Robin Templer <robin.templer@XTRA.CO.NZ>
Subject: Re: V9 / Windows, no 'busy' SAS icon on taskbar
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One of our users reported this - and it was tracked down to the code
being executed was in fact a remote submit. I think it had something to
do with SAS V9 being able to asynchronously (??) - perhaps this is also
House, Laura wrote:
>Good day all. I've just starting testing V9.1.3, and already found
>something I'm missing . . .
>It's a very small issue, but something I'm quite used to.
>When you submit a section of code in V8.2 SAS Windows, then minimize the
>window, it changes the sas icon to a dark hourglass. When the submitted
>code finishes, it changes the hourglass back to the usual sas icon and moves
>the window to the far right of the taskbar. That way, you know at a glance
>when it's done, you don't have to keep looking at the window itself.
>V9.1.3 SAS Windows does not change the icon to show that it's busy. Nor
>does it move the taskbar window when it's done.
>I had a look at the V9 documentation, looking for icon / hourglass /
>taskbar, but couldn't find anything about it.
Robin & Charmaine Templer
Wellington, New Zealand
FAX : 64-4-476-4299